Killing and Allowing to Die in Medical Practice
Journal of Medical Ethics 1984 June; 10(2): 82-87
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Slack, Anne (1984-06)The moral distinction between acts and omissions is examined in the context of killing versus allowing to die. Both utilitarianism and human-rights-based moral theory are explored as modes of ethical decision making. ...
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